The successful Westfields side from last season is pictured here:
LEDBURY author Suzette Hill sees her debut novel published this week - a quirky crime fantasy set in 1950s Surrey.
OFFA'S Dyke is at the centre of a new work of fiction now available.
AUTHOR David Nobbs has written his latest fiction to order.
A BOOK celebrating the stained glass windows of stained glass artist-craftsman, A J Davies (1877-1953) - who created many windows in Herefordshire - contains 50 colour photographs illustrating the range of his work.
A RETIRED Baptist minister who is campaigning for a right to die has praised the late Pope for "setting an example".
FANS of Brian Viner's weekly column in The Independent will probably know that his first novel, Tales of the Country, was published this week.
Bridge Sollars-based publishing company, Orpheus, is hoping to make it third time lucky, having again been short-listed for this year's Aventis Prizes for Science Books Junior Prize.
FORMER teacher Ann Ashley has brought the writings of distinguished Herefordian Alfred Watkins to life for a new generation.
LINKS between Hereford and the battle of Trafalgar are included in yet another book to mark the 200th anniversary of one of the shortest but best remembered of naval victories.
A HEREFORDSHIRE woman who retraced the route taken by her father 60 years earlier as he fled from Nazi occupied Norway following his arrest for spying tells the story in a new book.
26 years old, born in Hereford. Played for the Lads Club Hereford before moving to Pegasus Juniors at the age of 17 years. He later joined Westfields and after joining Knighton Town returned to Westfields in 2000. He assists the English Blind soccer team as their only sighted player.
VICARS' wives frequently make an appearance in fiction - but one local vicar's wife has gone one better and written a novel herself.
A HEREFORDSHIRE woman has retraced the steps of her Norwegian father when he fled the Nazis and certain death more than 60 years ago.
A UNIQUE collection of photographs celebrating all that makes Herefordshire what it is, has been published.
IN the year that marks the 89th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, Peter Weston, a Great War enthusiast, has published the fruits of three years' research - an account of the part played by Herefordshire men in the main Allied attack on the Western Front.
HEREFORDSHIRE'S castles - past and present - are included in a newly published and lavishly illustrated comprehensive guide to the nation's fortresses.
THE intimate lives of a Herefordshire gentry family are revealed in the pages of a new book Salt & Silk, in which the chronicles of the Aubreys of Clehonger are intepreted by D Meredith McFadden.
MANY book lovers in the Marches will be familiar with the cases of the Rev Merrily Watkins, the heavy-smoking woman exorcist from Hereford.
THE village, the pub and the church could be just the inspiration you need to start planning your spring trips to Herefordshire, Worcestershire and the North Cotswolds.
SOMEWHAT in the shadow of its illustrious big brother in Hay-on-Wye, the second book festival in Blaenafon whirs into action next Tuesday.
THE sometimes wicked world of the vegetable is revealed this week in a new book by Herefordshire author Bill Laws.
THE Courtyard book week kicks off on Sunday with the Reduced Shakespeare Company's riotous new show, All The Great Books (Abridged).
LOCAL author Jasper Fforde has won the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize, the annual prize for comic fiction, with his third book, The Well of Lost Plots.
MAJOR Bruce Kinloch has stood eyeball to eyeball with bull elephants, forced to shoot them at point-blank range to save his life or to hide in jungles and swamps to escape their wrath.
SKIVING schoolboys helping out at market over 100 years ago have been captured forever as part of a unique publication of 'snapshot' photographs.
AS part of The Courtyard's Book Week, vociferous readers can take part in Battle of the Books, sponsored by the Hereford Times, on June 26.
THE sixth annual children's book festival begins in Hereford today (Thursday).
DO you regard yourself as a bit of a budding poet looking for the opportunity to see your work in print?
VICTORIA Cross winners and their remarkable stories are the subject of a new book by Herefordshire's best-known ex-soldier, General Sir Peter de la Billiere.
A NEW BOOK will evoke memories for older readers of a relaxed form of travelling before the advent of motorways.
RURAL bishops, including John Oliver, formerly Bishop of Hereford, are warning that the tangible and significant contribution that churchgoers make to the life of their communities is in danger of being lost.
FOLLOWING a long period of ill health after the breakdown of his marriage, Bromyard shopkeeper Julian Sergeant has published a beautifully illustrated, limited edition children's book, aimed at six to 10-year-olds.
FOR Herefordshire author Peter Burden, ghost-writing is a way of life.
A NEW book gives its readers a bird's eye view of some of Herefordshire's finest - and oldest - scenery.
ONE of Herefordshire's most famous sons looks set to be a Christmas best-seller - 37 years after his death.
A NEW book says that illegal chemical weapons were made in Hereford.
A CAPTAIN who lived a life of adventure on the ocean waves lies buried far from the sea in Leominster. Joseph Jackson survived shipwreck, hurricanes and spine-chilling brushes with icebergs.
FORMER Hereford woman Tiffany Murray saw her first novel, Happy Accidents, hit the shelves this week.
ANIMATED films have always been popular - one of the biggest grossing films of last year was Finding Nemo - and Hereford-based writer James Clarke has devoted a whole book to the subject.